posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 02:32 PM
skepticism is helpful when trying to accomplish something...such as remove excess fat from science to streamline a point.
skepticism to shoot down ideas that do not currently fit the understanding of science is pure religion and meant to slow or stop progress and
often, things happen that bewilder understandings of science because people forgot to tell someone that the things they were doing were impossible to
do...later on, after analysis, rules of science change as they understand more...but not before someone had to challenge skeptics from all walks of
life spewing their religious base arguments as to why things cant happen (see...almost every major scientific breakthrough in the last 200 years)
Skeptical analysis is good, skeptical personalities is religion
so, if you find you have a skeptical personality (I have one also, I am not claiming I am outside of this catagory)...dont say things cant happen
because of this and that...start with the phrase "I dont believe it can happen because of..."...this way its more accurate...we dont know the
possibilities of science, we dont know the nature of the universe, we have no concept as to what the true potential of this dimension is beyond a
scratch on the surface of understanding that changes often.
we have only a belief system based on some loosely identified perceptions of what has so far been the case more times than not.
in saying that, I think its high time we start to reopen the discussions and experimentation with Torsion Fields and waves...it would certainly
explain the theory of quantum entanglment should it be verified...sure, it flys in the face of general relativity, but so what...most things in QP
slaps GR like a redheaded stepchild and yet both have been shown right.